Tagged: national parks

National parks release 2022 list of free admission days

Listen Now On the Sunday, January 2nd edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, despite COVID the roads and the skies are crowded over the holidays; and the national parks have released their list of free admission days for 2022. In our Smarter Traveler segment, we talk about common security steps you can take to keep you and your identity safe while on the road. Nevada is not only close, it’s full of...

Southwest Airlines suffers computer glitches and delays

Listen Now On the Sunday, June 20th Father’s Day edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Southwest Airlines had a week of computer glitches and delays throughout their system, and since they aren’t really saying why it happened, no one knows if the coming week will bring a repeat. National Parks are reporting long lines to get in, so make sure you know if you need a day pass, camping permit or whatever,...

Carnival Cruise Lines threatens to move operations off shore

Listen Now On the Sunday, April 11th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Carnival Cruise Lines threatens to move operations off shore if they aren’t allowed to sail from US ports, many national parks will be tied or appointment entry only this summer and we tell you about a new airline taking to the sky, headquartered in Burbank. Baby’s Away is the place to get travel supplies to help you go the...

European Walking Tours and Risks of Traveling with Low-cost Airlines

On the May 6th edition of The Travel Guys: * In The Travel News, McDonald’s has created a new restaurant in Chicago which features all of the products served in McDonald’s Restaurants around the world, read about it here.  United Airlines is changing the rules for emotional support animals and it’s good news for those of us who don’t want to share their leg space with a large pooch. * Frontier Airlines has announced they are returning to Sacramento...